MAE 3033 ENGINEERING DESIGN – Design of Machines Fall 2011 Meeting Time and Place: Lecture SessionMWF 11:30– 12:20 pm, EN 515Lab Sections: CEAT DML Machine Shop Instructor: Dr. Ronald D. Delahoussaye; EN 218; Phone: 744-5900 e-mail: [email protected]Office Hours: Dr. Delahoussaye: Open Door TAs and hours:TA’s to be named later. Prerequisites: ENGR 1332 and ENSC 2123Course Objective1: Prerequisite(s): ENGR 1332 and ENSC 2123. Lecture: Study of the position, velocity, acceleration, and static and dynamic force behavior of machines and mechanisms. Analysis and synthesis of linkages and gear trains. Characteristics and selection of power sources, including electric motors, hydraulics, pneumatics and internal combustion engines. Lab: Machine tool safety. Use of common machine tools to build machine components. Use of lecture concepts in designing and building a machine to participate in a robot design competition. This course contributes to the following ABET outcomes: A,C,D,E,F,G,,K and O. Those contributions are listed on pages 3 and 4. Text:None Reference: Arthur G. Erdman and George N. Sandor ,Mechanism Design: Analysis and Synthesis: Vol. 1,Prentice Hall College Div; 3rd edition (November 26, 1996) $12.00 from Amazon Course Coverage: Introduction; Laboratory Safety and Hazardous Chemicals Overview of the Class Design Contest Introduction to Kinematics and Mechanisms Position Analysis ProEngineer – Review and Analysis Tools Introduction to Kinematic Synthesis Introduction to Motion Drivers Velocity Analysis Gears and gear trains Acceleration Analysis Dynamic Force Analysis Cam Design – unlikely to be sufficient time Legal and Ethical Issues in Design 1The letters in parentheses refer to ABET Program Outcomes which must be demonstrated by MAE students.
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